TOP 50 JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES To Get You Hired Rapidly! #33



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The best way to make a good impression during a job interview is to ask thoughtful, intelligent questions. This shows that you're truly interested in the position and excited about the company. It also demonstrates your ability to think on your feet and stay calm under pressure.

Of course, you'll want to do your research beforehand so that you can ask informed questions about the company's history, culture, and goals.

But don't be afraid to go off script if you have a genuinely curious question about something you observed during the interview.

The key is to be genuine in your curiosity and interest. Asking great questions is a surefire way to increase your chances of getting the job. Plus, it'll make the whole experience more enjoyable for everyone involved.

So next time you're in an interview, remember to ask some great questions!

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